At last, this sought-after PS[T] "curiosity" is available to the public! We wanted to play "Blood Sugar Dropping" but Harry broke a string. I would've rather been at home watching the Saturday Night Cult Movie on SBS, and I said as much. Twenty bucks in the rider for four of us; never again... Topic: Improv Source: Great Britain Hotel, Richmond, Australia
Includes a reasonable live take of "St Annes Wells Gardens" - complete with interminable intro-banter - plus "Time will Come" with Peter Rechter (Tol-Puddle Martyrs) on vox. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Psychedelic Source: Tote Hotel, Collingwood.
When Irving Gribbish (of Splodge Cinema fame) told me I had to check out Experiments in the Revival of Organisms (available from The Prelinger Archives) I got straight onto it. This guy knows his onions. It turned out to be some 1000% bizarre educational propaganda gizmo thing outta the Techfilm Studio, Moscow in 1940. Good so far, I figured. That night, I sat down to watch it with a pal and a 6pack - but a coupla minutes in I jumped up and yelled "fucking hell it´s the clip for blood... ( 1 reviews ) Source: Prelinger Archives
Two live clips, shot by David Cox. 1. The Function of the Gorgon (Found Project Gallery, Fitzroy, 21/12/2001) 2. Godtsar (Rob Roy, Fitzroy, 15/01/2005) Four years pass like nothing for Pink Stainless Tail, one take, one shot, we keep it rolling... ( 2 reviews )
The head of the medusa occupies a distinctive but ambiguous place in the symbology of overhyped French philosopher Jacques Lacan. We took the words for this from a poem by Percy Shelly about the painting by Da Vinci of a scene described by Ovid, amongst others. The legend of Perseus and Andromeda is a bit of a hobby horse for me I'm afraid. The name of the song is a pun on Wilhelm Reich. Source: incubator studios
Voila! La fameuse album! Our meagre tribute to the unmitigated genius of Syd Barrett, the most important force in 20th century music bar none. His rendition of this tune remains unissued legitimately, so this is a previously suppressed full length version of our take (see www.pinkstainless.net for details). Now you get the song as well as the backwardsness and horse noises, but whether that rates as an improvement depends on if you have ears or not. Neigh! ( 3 reviews ) Topic: syd barrett
The Free Software Song is a filk song by GNU/EMACS guru Richard M. Stallman. The song is usually set to the traditional Bulgarian melody of "Sadi Moma" but PST developed their own tune instead inna reverse-engineery stylee. This version has Chris Hughes (of Berlin's Methylated Spirits) on second git - except the solo which is by Sehguh Sirhc. Visit www.pinkstainless.net for more lifestyles of the Pink and Stainless... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Richard Stallman, GNU, Linux, Free Software, Sadi Moma